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MCHS boys’ golf prepares for region

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County High School boys’ golf team took on region opponents Oconee County and Franklin County on Tuesday, April 15, at Highland Walk Golf Course in Royston. The Morgan County boys shot a 173 to beat Oconee’s score of 177 and

Varsity Diamond Dogs place fifth in 8-AAA

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) Varsity Diamond Dogs fell behind in the region last week with a 1-2 loss to the North Oconee Titans and a 3-10 loss to Franklin County on Monday, April 21. Morgan County beat Elbert County 9-1

MCHS track team sends four athletes to sectional meet for five events

By Nick Nunn staff writer The Morgan County High School (MCHS) track team competed in the 8-AAA region track meet at East Jackson High School last Tuesday, April 15, and Thursday, April 17. Four Morgan County Athletes – Lakashia Willis, Tatyana Davis, Taleah Adams, and Jailyn Ingram

New Fire Station opens

By Patrick Yost Editor Last Friday’s ribbon cutting of the new Morgan County Fire Station was covered by a long, drenching rain. No problem, now. Participants simply walked inside the expansive, three–bay garage of the station to enjoy a quick tour of the $1 million addition to

Calendar

Thursday, April 24 • Madison AA meetings every Sunday and Thursday Call (706-318-1551) for more information. Friday, April 25 • Opening Reception Three Paths by Don Cooper. The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center will host an opening reception 6-8 PM on Friday, April 25, 2014, for the new exhibit Three Paths

JROTC Physical Training

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer Recruiters from the Georgia National Guard visited Morgan County High School (MCHS) with a rock climbing wall for a special physical training session for the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) on Apr. 11. “We like to encourage physical activity and

MCHS junior Mauli Desai chosen for Governor’s Honors

By Tia Lynn Lecorchick staff writer Mauli Desai, a Morgan County High School junior, appeared before the Morgan County School Board on April 14 to share about her selection for the Governor’s Honors program. According to the website for The Georgia Governor’s Honors, the program is a

Brownwood Baptist Revival on April 27

On this Resurrection Sunday we had good attendance present for Sunrise and morning worship services. We always welcome all visitors that come to worship with us and pray each one is blessed by coming and will come as God leads to any of our services. We are

God is preparing you for the next level

Greetings from The Springs! Well, the Black History Parade was a no go on Saturday. I think that we all were a little disappointed especially with all of the work that went into building the float and getting ready to enjoy the festivities. I hear that it

Girls’ “Lock In” on May 2nd at 7:30 p.m.

I don’t know where to begin this beautiful day. After the rains last week, Sunday was such a beautiful day as is today. Will we have a repeat of the last few years, not really much spring time, just go right into the hot summer but it